For moral progress consists in the actualization of what is already potentially in existence.
For this reason, if for no other, the conception of movement from the potential possession of knowledge to its actualization remains indispensable.
Your daughter's fantasy may now be your financial nightmare, but the Disney store is the number one place to rocket her dreams into actualization.
In the eye of reason the full fruition of this desired finality is already and always attained; the actualization, invisible to the senses, is achieved now and ever, and is thus beyond the element of time.
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